Kraus succeeds Michael Gibbs, Whataburger`s current executive vice president and general counsel and franchise director, who will retire at the end of April after 17 years with the chain. During his tenure at Walgreens, Kraus built and led the chain`s legal team, mentoring workers across the company and promoting the company`s pro bono legal agenda. Elena Kraus, who has more than 30 years of in-house legal experience, will also join the San Antonio-based burger chain as executive vice president. LexisNexis® and Bloomberg Law are external online distributors of ALM`s extensive collection of current and archived versions of legal news publications. LexisNexis® and Bloomberg Law clients may access and use ALM content, including content from the National Law Journal, The American Lawyer, Legaltech News, New York Law Journal and Corporate Counsel, as well as other sources of legal information. Comment #4 I think Whataburger is at a crossroads where they get better or fall into the story of terrible service and a bad product. I don`t know how many times my Whataburger had half of the bun hard as a stone with burn marks from the device that toasted it. I stopped ordering fried animals because they are never good, half of them soft and white like raw potatoes and the other half hard while she was sitting there and was picked up with what they had just thrown in the trash. If I do them right, they are too far away to be good. Why is it so difficult to cook good fries? Something has also happened to your taquitos, maybe you have changed an ingredient, but they taste wrong and dry terribly.
I went to Whaburg in Wharton, Texas. I had a bad experience. I order a cheese Whataburger. There was no cheese. I went to tell them. The cashier said I didn`t tell her. But I did. The cashier at the window said it was extra. I paid the extra.
I know I`m asking for cheese. I always order #1 with cheese. The sad thing is that they threw the cheese into the hamburger, it hadn`t melted. The Hamburg was cold. I still go, but I don`t know now. Restaurant 467 Wharton Tx10319 US 59 Road, cashier looked rude “Elena is a legal powerhouse with extensive knowledge of corporate law and decades of experience navigating a growing retail giant,” Gibbs said in a statement. “Their expertise will be so valuable as Whataburger continues to grow and develop.” I was wondering if I could work at whataburger again and if so, how long should I wait? Whataburger, which has 800 restaurants, has hired Elena Kraus, Walgreens` general counsel, as its new executive vice president and general counsel, effective next month. Hello! Two members of my family and I visited your HWY 157 location in Mansfield, Tx, for an overnight snack. I ordered a custom spicy chicken sandwich and asked the commanders behind the wheel for clarification, but they didn`t understand and were rude to me the whole time I took my order. I was asked to come to the window and I guess the late-night manager told me it was 2am and I should basically go ahead with my order and stop playing with them.
I wasn`t rude in response to them, but the next day my cousin, with whom I shared a sandwich, fell ill from this meal over Memorial Day weekend. I know it was from this place because my other cousin ordered the honey sandwich on the barbecue and had no complaints. It is pathetic, extremely unprofessional and illegal. The staff definitely handled my food, forgot about the fries from the order and were exceptionally disrespectful. As a respected Texas facility, this hospitality is terrible and staff should be investigated for other crimes.